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Apple user group members can take advantage of exclusive product discounts of 35% off the list price of all print books and 45% off the list price of all eBooks and Video Training plus free U.S. shipping every day.
See your user group Ambassador for discount codes.
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This worldwide offer is ongoing.
Thanks also go to the many attendees, VIP guests, volunteers, the UGAB and UGRL team members, and especially to IDG, who generously provided the room and A/V support for the event.
Together we made User Group Reunion 2011 an event to remember.
User Group Reunion 2011 will feature of door prizes from more than fifty vendors.
Take a look at the growing list of sponsors for this exciting event.
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What’s happening on Saturdays down at the dBug Cafe sponsored by the Seattle Mac User Group? According to the dBug website, a better question might be, “What isn’t?” People bring in their Macs to get fixed up or souped up. The iPhone has made a fair number of visits and digital photography buffs have been showing off some cool tricks in iPhoto and Photoshop. iPods are all over the place and the questions & answers flow more freely than the hot coffee!
Have coffee with the experts.
The Santa Fe Macintosh User Group (SFMUG) is sponsoring “Synapse to Screen 1.0” (S2S1.0) in cooperation with the Tenth Annual Santa Fe Film Festival. S2S1.0 will provide a full day of panels, demos and speakers dealing with the use and workings of pre-production software and tools–from brain-storming and mind-mapping, to outlining, scripting, story boarding, production reports and scheduling. SFMUG hopes to offer live streaming of the event as well.
Be part of a great event.
In conjunction with September’s Second Annual Amsterdam FCPUG SuperMeet, the Final Cut Pro User Group Network (FCPUG Network) has released issue three of “SuperMag,” a free download consisting of over 170 pages of tutorials, tips, techniques and feature articles for today’s digital filmmakers.
Download and learn.